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Darlington Golf Course (18 Holes)
277 Campgaw Road. Mahwah 201-327-8770
Maintenance Day: Tuesday (Nine holes only)

Darlington Golf Course, MahwahThe Darlington Golf Course is a 6,547-yard par 71 in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountain Range. Tree lined fairways and frequent changes in elevation ensure a challenging and pleasurable golf experience. The course begins and ends on the lowest part of the course. Holes 1-3 and 15-17 are on relatively flat terrain where bunkers and water hazards create the challenge. The stretch of five par 4’s, beginning with #6, are routed through rolling hills where accuracy and distance control are at a premium. The long #9, at 476 yards, tests even the most accomplished golfer.

Other features include a 40-tee concession operated driving range, pro shop, snack bar and patio area.



Orchard Hills Golf Course (9 Holes)
Paramus Road, Paramus 201-447-3778
Closed Mondays

Orchard Hills Golf Course, ParamusOrchard Hills was originally designed in 1925 as the Orchard Hills Country Club. In the late 1960’s, in conjunction with the development of Bergen Community College, the course was rerouted to a 9 hole track and opened to the public. The layout has a comfortable mix of short par 4’s and challenging par 3’s, allowing for an enjoyable round for players of all caliber.

The course is conveniently located in central Bergen County. Over 35,000 rounds are played each year bringing in more revenue, per hole, than any other county golf course.



Overpeck Golf Course (18 Holes)
East Cedar Lane, Teaneck 201-837-3020
Maintenance Day: Wednesday (Nine holes only)

Overpeck Golf Course, TeaneckThe Overpeck Golf Course sits on 140 acres at the top of New Jersey’s Meadowlands. The course is located in a natural wet setting with a number of ponds, lakes and creeks to test the most skilled golfer. The predominant water feature on the front nine is the Overpeck Creek, which presents a strong strategic element on several holes. Overpeck Creek bisects holes 5, 6, 7 and 9 challenging golfers from tee to green.

The back nine also has its share of water. Holes 13-16 circle the banks of a large lake. The 217 yard 14th and the 392 yard 15th can be monsters if the wind is blowing out of the south. The course finishes with a short par three designed to end the round on a high note.


Rockleigh Golf Course (Red & White 18 holes, Blue 9 Holes)
15 Paris Avenue, Rockleigh 201-768-6353
Maintenance Day: Thursday (Eighteen holes only)

Rockleigh Golf CourseThe rolling hills and natural beauty of this facility provides a fitting test of golf at the base of the Palisade Mountain Range. Rockleigh offers open fairways with strategically placed bunkers to challenge golfers of all skill levels. The variety of short and long holes creates a well balanced round of golf.

The front nine (Red) opens with two short par fours, a simple start that eases the player into the round. The third hole begins to catch the player’s attention and the forth hole, a 179 par 3 over water, reminds the player why he came. Holes seven through nine stretches from the far end of the property to the clubhouse providing challenge for even the longest of hitters.

On the back the par 4, 11th plays 453 yards up hill to a well-guarded green. The par 4 14th, once a straight 340 yards with a drainage ditch at the left, now plays to 372 yards with a drainage swale meandering down the center of the fairway, creating options to play the hole on either side. The courses finishes with the 493 yard 17, which plays as a par four in tournament play, and the 344 yard 18th.

Valley Brook Golf Course (18 holes)
15 River Vale Road, River Vale 201-664-5886
Maintenance Day: Monday (Nine holes only)

Valley Brook Golf Course, River ValeAcquired by the County of Bergen in 2006 this Bill Boswell design boasts superb playing conditions and tranquil beauty. Set amidst the banks of Pascack Brook the course offers unique golf experience for the county residents. Originally named for the brook that creates its western border, the course and clubhouse were renovated in 2001 and renamed Valley Brook Golf Club.

Designed to take advantage of the property's rolling terrain and natural beauty. The result is a classic golf course with an impressive blend of gentle elevation changes and imaginative landscaping on every hole. Valley Brook is a true test of golf for players of all skill levels.

The property is highlighted by a handsome clubhouse that combines comfort and convenience with elegance and old-world charm. Nestled perfectly behind the 9th and 18th greens, the New England style clubhouse provides the ideal setting to cap off a round of golf.

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